I’m mostly a C++ GNU/Linux programmer with a mathematical bent. Below is a rough sketch of what kind of work I’ve done. If you want more details, contact me.
January 2011 – Present — Neuroimaging software development.
Develop Perl, Python, and Octave software for medical data acquisition and image processing.
March 2011 – July 2011 — Perl programmer analyst
Perl programming, needs of web administration platform and implement them in Perl.
October 2010 – February 2011 — Java programmer analyst
Java programming, natural language processing, machine learning
May, 2010 – September 2010 — Cryptography and security Linux, C and C++ Integration Engineer
Integrate cryptographic products written in C and C++ for RedHat and SUSE Linux platforms. Improve elliptic curve cryptography implementation.
September, 2009 – March, 2010 — Internet filtering C++ Software Developer
Developed multithreaded C++ process monitor in a Linux and general Unix environment. Improved SNMP integration. Rewrote company MIB.
March, 2009 – September 2009 — Human Resources PHP and Database Admin
Management of in-house database for hosting our customer data.
2008, second half — Internet service provider C++ programmer
C++ coding and BSD administration. Efficient string algorithms, embedded system development (MIPS with OpenWrt).
Since 2008 GNU Octave
Developer and project contributor
Have been involved with the GNU Octave community for some time, overseeing the health of the QtOctave package and submitted patches for bugfixes. Have recently become a more direct contributor by submitting improvements and bugfixes to the core Octave code itself.
December 2008 – January 2010 Everything2.com
Work with Perl, Apache, MySQL, Ubuntu, Fedora, and mercurial maintaining the everything2.com website.
Since 2007 Debian GNU/Linux
Debian packaging tools and scripting, coordinating work via email and IRC with other Debian developers.
GNU autotools, CMake, Emacs, git, subversion, mercurial
Numerical methods and analysis, general mathematical ability at all levels, mathematical coding.
Impeccable English-Spanish translation. Excellent grasp of the nuances and cultural associations of each language. Written and oral communication.
About this blogger
I’m interested in several kinds of mathematics and free software. Often in an interplay between them. Most of the free software with which I like to directly contribute is mathematical. I’m involved with GNU Octave and Debian, which has been the only operating system I regularly use since 2001. You may contact me at my [...]more →